Natt wrote:Does an ant count?
And it managed to bite through 3 layers of clothing!
Took over a week for the swelling to go down - and at the time I had a lovely reaction (headache, faster pulse etc)
It was lovely
frank_in_oz wrote:Last trip into "The Walls" had a very friendly quoll around the campsite each night. Like a cat on speed.....
Also a lot of Tiger snakes....
Pictures in this link : http://frankinoz.blogspot.com/2007/11/w ... ys-in.html
Also on the South Coast Walk at Deadman's Bay, quoll went into our tent, grabbed a plastic bag and RAN into the bracken fern with me in pursuit. As soon as it discovered it had my phone, batteries etc, it dropped it and took off. Lucky to find that stuff.
ben.h wrote:Cool photos frank.
I'd love to see the original photos (or higher resolution photos) of the tiger snake and the quoll!
Also, some Black Cockatoos, the ones with yellow markings on the cheeks, tail and under the wings. I saw some with red markings years ago but never again since. Has anyone got any photos of the Black Cockatoo with red markings? or ever seen them?
Son of a Beach wrote:Also, some Black Cockatoos, the ones with yellow markings on the cheeks, tail and under the wings. I saw some with red markings years ago but never again since. Has anyone got any photos of the Black Cockatoo with red markings? or ever seen them?
I'm pretty sure that the red-tailed black cockatoos are only found on the big island. We only have the yellow-tailed black cockatoo in Tasmania.
johnw wrote:Quolls have been mentioned a few times so this may not be surprising. Late Feb 2006 we did a circuit at Cradle Mtn Hansons Peak, Twisted Lakes, Face Track, Horse Track etc. It was a cool windy day and the mountain was covered in swirling cloud most of the time. Stopped for lunch at Kitchen Hut and this guy kept running in and out, and around the legs of those present . I'd also spotted it earlier peering into an open pack that someone had left outside the door.
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